Definitions

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  • n. A type of Japanese pickle.

Etymologies

From Japanese 漬物 (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • I usually stop by in the morning for the “morning set”: 2 onigiri, a small miso soup and some tsukemono (pickled daikon).

    Oms/B | Midtown Lunch - Finding Lunch in the Food Wasteland of NYC's Midtown Manhattan

  • Some tsukemono like bean curd, pickles, or tofu, would make it even more delicious, keep it cheap, and a little more balanced.

    From Instant to Awesome Ramen (and The Brooklyn Kitchen Ramen-Off)

  • Nothing special in the noodles -- just briny dashi broth and a single chewy white fish cake encircled in hello-kitty pink, but they come with tsukemono, salty pickled vegetables, and tenkasu, irresistible bits of fried tempura batter, and are a perfectly warming companion to the hefty hand rolls.

    Brain Food for Today's Young Minds

  • He seemed genuinely interested in knowing whether or not we had enjoyed our meal so we told him that yes, we did, but we'd love to see a few more Japanese tapas like items on the menu...like an assortment of Japanese pickles (tsukemono no moriyawase) or kastuo no tataki (seared bonito).

    Tuna Toast

  • These tsukemono-Japanese pickles-are made from Chinos 'fresh vegetables.

    Matador Network

  • Try your hand at these two easy tsukemono recipes for Daikon Kimchi and Daikon Namasu (pickled daikon) and impress all your co-workers.

    Japundit - Published news

  • Devices reviewed in this piece: Vita-Mix blender (best there is, no other brand is even close), VitaClay electric cooker (has a clay pot inside, instead of nonstick metal), Capresso Burr Grinder (reasonably affordable burr grinder for far better tasting coffee than the kinds of electric grinders most people have in their homes), a Veggie Spiralizer, and a Japanese quick pickle press (you can make other kinds of "quick pickles" with it too, it's not just for tsukemono).

    Boing Boing

  • m (__) m Quick and spicy Chinese cabbage tsukemono or pickle (Hakusai no sokusekizuke)

    Just Hungry - Japanese recipes, healthy and fun eating, the expat food life and more.

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